Tinnitus and Meniere’s Disease have a few overlapping symptoms, and are often confused with one another. They do have some notable differences, however. For an easy comparison between the two conditions, we’ve added the chart below to help you be more informed.
Tinnitus and Meniere’s Disease – A Chart
|Sensation of Ringing in the Ear(s)||Yes||Yes|
|Hearing Loss||Not Necessarily||Yes|
|Pressure In Ear||Not Necessarily||Yes|
|Number of Sufferers||Estimated 50 million Americans||Estimated 615 thousand Americans|
|Most Common Cause||Exposure to loud noise||Fluid build-up|
|Treatment options||Ring Relief; Sound maskers; Ask your doctor||Diet changes;Medication|
|Is There A Cure?||Not Yet||Not Yet|
|Where Can I Find More Information?||American Tinnitus Association||Vestibular Disorders Association|
Sufferers of ringing in the ears, otherwise known as tinnitus, may be helped by Ring Relief® Ear Drops or Fast Dissolving Tablets™. Ring Relief® is not designed to treat symptoms of Meniere’s Disease, although it may help reduce the ringing in your ears. Please see the product pages for more information, and consult your physician before using any of our products.